Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 5, 1948 · Page 2
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May 5, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, MAYS,] m Remember Mother Sunday, May 9 State News Letter-— (Continued from page one) BUILDING FUNDS. Steps were taken recently by the legislative interim committee to begin the long anticipated state building program at various board of control institutions. The committee approved the transfer at more than $1,350,000 in state funds for construction and improvement of projects at state institutions. Much of these funds has been held dormant since 1941 when war broke out and it was impossible to build new structures. Appropriations were increased by each subsequent legislature but it has been impossible to start an overall building program. Izaak Walton League Develops Wildlife Areas The sweetest gift of all is from our stock of fine boxed Bunte and Schrafft Chocolates and Candies. Please Mother with a box of our choice candies. THE PALM The Leading Candy Store In Postville llUllllilllll GRAND OPENING ... ART'S ROLLER RINK Located one mile east of Ossian on Highway 52 Skating every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Nights from 8:00 to 11:00 p. m. Tuesday nights for beginners—8 to 11 p. m. Sunday afternoon for children—2 to 4:30 p. m. Sundav evening for everyone—Two sections: 7:00 to 9:30 p. m. 9:30 to 12:00 p. m. ENLIVENED. Republican gubernatorial contest was somewhat enlivened last week when Speaker Gus T. Kuester announced his support for Rep. William S. Beardsley. He did so in a lette» signed simply "Gus T. Kuester" as chairman of the Beardsley for governor committee. The letter went to an estimated 135,000 farm families, according to Beardsley's headquarters in the Savery hotel in Des Moines. The speaker is the first legislator to announce his stand on candidates to date. NO WARES. There will be no exhibits by political parties in the varied industries building of the state fair this year, according to Secretary L. B. Cunningham. Only exhibits pertaining to agriculture will be allowed to be displayed, he announced. In recent years political parties have had exhibits. Last year only the Republican and the Socialist Labor party availed themselves of the opportunity to put up exhibits. ORDER NOW AND BE SAFE... AT MARSHALLTOWN. An important meeting of the 46 delegates and alternates to the Republican national convention at Philadelphia is scheduled at Marshalltown. The delegation will have lunch and presumably discuss what it intends to do in the balloting at the convention. Iowa voted to send an unpledged, uninstructed delegation to the convention so it is not known which candidate is favored at present. The delegation will be headed by Chairman Gillilland. For him it will be his first national convention as an official delegate. Sell! Swap! Rent! Buy! the Herald Want Ad way. via The Garnavillo • Izaak Walton League in cooperation with the Iowa Conservation Commission and the Clayton County Soil Conserva-'jki tion District has developed plans to plant trees and shrubs on two areas this spring for wild life purposes. The areas to be planted are located on the Gerald L. Meyer and Louis C. Meyer farms in Garnavillo township. The two areas of 2.6 acres will be planted to multiflora rose, white pine, red pine, spruce, plum, walnut, and mulberry. As soon as the trees and shrubs are received from the nursery the members of the League will devote one day to planting and fencing the two areas. At noon the Izaak Walton League will furnish a lunch. In addition to these two wild life plantings the Garnavillo Izaak Walton League is carrying on several other projects for the purpose of increasing all types of wild life in Clayton county. TOWN COUNCIL, PROCEEDINGS. » A special meeting of the Town Council of Postville, Iowa, was held April 30, 1948, at five o'clock P. M. in the office of Joseph B. Steele, Town Clerk. Mayor M. C. Deering was absent. All the councilmen were present, except Councilman Olson. Councilman Fred J. Miller was appointed chairman of the meetinp. By resolut'on duly adopted, George A. Schultz was granted a Class "B" Beer Permit. By resolution duly adopted, George A. Schultz was granted a Cigarette Permit. On motion, beer permit and cigarette permit of Earl Abernethy was cancelled and refund ordered on said beer permit. On motion the meeting adjourned. JOSEPH B. STEELE. Town Clerk. FRED J. MILLER, Chairman. STOLEN. At Logan, Sheriff Cass Bullis reports a case of dynamite has been stolen from a club house. He thinks it might be ' the work of young people. Meanwhile, residents of that area are holding their breath, wondering when there will be a further "report" on the matter. ABANDONED. At Le Mars, a young woman admitted to officers that she had abandoned her 12-hour old baby in the lobby of a hotel there. The child was born Saturday morning, abandoned Saturday evening. The mother went back to work Sunday and did a washing Monday. Suit Sale 25 IOO% Virgin Wool Suits SALE PRICE Sizes 36 through 44 Were $42.50 J29-75 SPORT COATS— Values up to $20.00 $7.50 and $9.95 LADIES' JACKETS— Formerly $8.95 . . . NOW $4.95 Summer Underwear Men's Short Sleeve, Ankle-Length Summer Underwear— Sizes 36 to 46 $2.15 and $2.59 Men's Knee-Length BVD— Sizes 38 thru 46 $1.95 Sizes 48 to 50 $2.15 Men's Button On The Shoulder Summer Underwear- Sizes 38 to 46 $1 Men's Knit Briefs 85c I Men's Undershirts J Boys' Knit Briefs, age 6 thru 16. Boys' Undershirts, age 6 - 16„ jfc'l MEN'S OVERALLS- WASHINGTON DEE CEE $2.69 Large selection of work clothing, match suits, work * caps, chambray shirts, covert shirts. Abernethy Clothiers Complete Outfitters of Men and Boys looked erf and looked W it" | We are already booking orders for § | late May and early June delivery § | on our Meyer's Winter-Bred-To-Lay 1 ( BABY CHICKS ] I If you are intending to share in the profits j I assured poultry breeders next fall and winter, j i be sure with our chicks. | I Order them today—set the date when you j § will want delivery while we can still take care | I of your baby chick needs. jj MEYER'S is is the one, of course, that you spot at a glance. This is the one that sends a string of facts racing through your mind — if you know automobiles — the instant you see the name ROAD- MASTER spelled out on its fender. U, 'p to one hundred and fifty Fireball horsepower. Eighteen feet big — and spring-colt lively. Gorgeously finished. Coil-spring cradled on all four wheels. Shod with oversize tires that take extra low pressures for added comfort. Convenient too — with pushbutton controls not only for the top, but for door windows and the front-seat adjustment as well. This, too, is the only passenger car in this country where the power plant does what gears used to do. Here's the one place you'll find Dynaflow Drive,* in which liquid replaces not only the clutch and manually operated low, second and high, but mechanical gear- changers as well. In short — here's liquid ease and smoothness in delightful new degree, through & sort of "magic muscle" that lets you forget about gear- changing practically en- Looked up to for impressive appearance looked up to for superlative ability. Looked up to for what's newest in engineering advances. If your standards call for a real performer — and for quality a cut above the ordinarily good — specify ROADM ASTER when you see your dealer (with or without a car to trade) about getting an order in. tirely. No wonder, then, this car is looked up to. Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa Tune in HENRY ]. TAYLOR. Mutual N.fwort, Monday, and fridayt HELP AMERICA PRODUCE FOR PEACE * TEN SMART -TURN IN YOUR SCRAP IRON AND STEEL BlfiCK alone has all these features •tt DYNAFLOW DRIVE (Optimal. Kmjmut* S.rO.) * TAPER-THRU SIYUNG (s.p .-.«i««d«.i») * VISRA-SHIEIDED RIDE * SAFETY-RIDE RIMS * HI-POISED FIREBALL POWER * ROAD-RITE BALANCE * RIGID TORQUE-TUBE * OUADRUFIEX COIl SPRINGING * SOUND-SORBER TOP LINING *OUOMATIC SPARK ADVANCE *TEN SMART MODELS it flo^y BY FISHER Usui* etfn «««« * FIEX-FIT Oil RINGS VJben better automobiles are built BUiCK will build them FALB MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT POSTVILLE, IOWA LAWLER STREET

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